As the bonfires of knowledge glow brighter, the more the darkness is revealed to our startled eyes.
Terrence McKenna, American ethnobotanist,
mystic, and psychonaut
“When I first heard this, which I think was actually on New Dimensions Radio, I liked the poetic sound of it. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized what it was saying. As you begin to know something, that knowledge reveals to you how much is left to learn. So, if you don’t actually know very much, you have no idea what you don’t know. My study has primarily been focused on psychic phenomena, of which we actually know very little at this point. Over time we begin to make the bonfires glow a little bit more and now we’re beginning to grasp the actual depth of our ignorance which is way more than it originally was.”
Dean Radin, Ph.D., Chief Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences
and author of Real Magic: Ancient Wisdom, Modern Science
and a Guide to the Secret Power of the Universe